Towards A World Without Ldcs

Author: LDC Watch (Organization : Nepal)
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Towards A World Without Ldcs. The Fourth United Nations Conference on the Least Developed Countries (LDC-IV) was held in Istanbul, Turkey from May 9 to 13, 2011. The LDC Civil Society Forum opened on May 7, two days before the start of the official conference and continued until the end of the official conference (i.e., May 7-13, 2011).

International Environmental Governance

Author: Bharat H. Desai
Publisher: Hotei Publishing
ISBN: 9004214550
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International Environmental Governance. International Environmental Governance: Towards UNEPO offers a significant contribution to practitioners and scholars involved in international debates on environmental governance, addresses the law-making challenge presented by growth in MEAs and proliferation of international environmental institutions and thoroughly considers the need for and efficacy of global governance in the field of environment.

Handbook Of The International Political Economy Of Trade

Author: David Deese
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN: 1781954992
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Handbook Of The International Political Economy Of Trade. This accessible, comprehensive and pertinent Handbook will be of interest to academics, researchers and students working in the fields of international politics, in particular political economy and foreign policy, and the economics of trade.¾ Practitio

Istanbul Programme Of Action For The Ldcs 2011 2020

Author: LDC IV Monitor
Publisher: Commonwealth Secretariat
ISBN: 1849291209
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Istanbul Programme Of Action For The Ldcs 2011 2020 . Ambitious in nature, the Istanbul Programme of Action (IPoA) for the Least Developed Countries (LDCs) adopted by the Fourth United Nations Conference on the LDCs (UN LDC IV) in 2011, sets out a development path for LDCs for the coming decade. Successful implementation of the IPoA requires identification of delivery tools for specific targets, provision of necessary financial and non-financial resources, and a strengthened monitoring mechanism. LDC IV Monitor, an independent partnership of eight interested organisations, aims to add value by enhancing transparency, accountability and efficiency of the official monitoring and review mechanism of the IPoA. LDC IV Monitor’s first set of two reports, produced outside of the official intergovernmental process, provide credible, evidence-based and policy-oriented assessment of the delivery status of the promises contained in the IPoA. The Synthesis Report, derived from the critical analyses of the state of play concerning the IPoA, presents the broad messages and key recommendations. The volume on Analytical Perspectives addresses a wide spectrum of issues including articulation of a composite IPoA index, building of productive capacity, trade in goods and services, delivery of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), flows of different forms of development finance, and consequences of climate change. The publications seek to contribute towards crafting national and international policies to support graduation of the LDCs through structural transformation of their economies.

Foreign Capital Flows And Economic Development In Africa

Author: Evelyn Wamboye
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137534966
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Foreign Capital Flows And Economic Development In Africa. This collection examines the extent to which foreign capital from conventional (OECD countries) and non-conventional (BRICS) sources has impacted economic development in Africa over the last two decades. It provides in-depth analyses of the nature, motives, and implications of this capital, and identifies drivers of contemporary rapid growth within and across African countries. Authored by leading experts, the book offers original insights for academics, policymakers, and practitioners studying the changes taking place in Africa as the continent strides more confidently toward integration with the global economy. The major themes addressed in this book include:• The implications of growing Chinese engagement in Africa • BRICS countries' versus OECD countries' investment contributions to Africa• The politics of land, land grab, and the puzzle of inclusive development in Africa• Foreign research and development spillovers, trade linkages, and productivity in Africa• Foreign aid effects on social sector, growth, and structural change in Africa• Remittances, foreign debt, resource management, and economic development in Africa

Achieving The Istanbul Programme Of Action By 2020

Author: LDC IV Monitor
Publisher: Commonwealth Secretariat
ISBN: 1848599420
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Achieving The Istanbul Programme Of Action By 2020. Achieving the Istanbul Programme of Action by 2020: Tracking Progress, Accelerating Transformations is the second contribution from the LDC IV Monitor – an independent partnership set up to assess the outcome of the Fourth United Nations Conference on the Least Developed Countries (UN LDC IV) with a view to accelerating the delivery of the Istanbul Programme of Action (IPoA). The volume highlights recent critical achievements and missed opportunities for the LDCs in the context of an unfavourable global economic environment and inadequate delivery of global commitments. Along with this, it focuses on four specific themes: structural transformation and export diversification in the LDCs; prospects of graduation of countries from the LDC group; implications of the 2030 Agenda in view of LDC concerns; and new challenges facing LDCs in their pursuit for achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The Monitor’s earlier contributions included a set of two reports tracking the state of implementation of the IPoA – a volume on Analytical Perspectives and a Synthesis Report which captured the broad messages and key recommendations.

Least Developed Countries And The Wto

Author: H. Hawthorne
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137269774
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Least Developed Countries And The Wto. A norm of special treatment for LDCs, created by the UN, has spread to various international organisations including the WTO. Within the WTO evidence of the institutionalization of the norm can be found both in the agreements and legal documents and the way in which the LDCs have been treated by other states. Helen Hawthorne investigates how norms impact on negotiations in international organisations. She shows that few studies of international organisations focus on the role of the weaker states in the organization, the majority focus either on the major states or the emerging economies. By ignoring the role of the poorer, weaker states in the GATT/WTO we are ignoring the history of these states in the organisation and do not get a true picture of the organization, how it operates in relation to them and their impact on the organisation.

Development Co Operation Report 2012 Lessons In Linking Sustainability And Development

Author: OECD
Publisher: OECD Publishing
ISBN: 9264179186
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Development Co Operation Report 2012 Lessons In Linking Sustainability And Development. The Development Co-operation Report is the key annual reference document for statistics and analysis on trends in international aid. This year, the Development Co-operation Report 2012 seeks to provide insights into how to address today’s sustainable development challenges.

Climate Justice

Author: T. Thorp
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137394641
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Climate Justice. In this ground-breaking work, Teresa Thorp tackles the causes and effects of climate injustice by methodically mapping out an approach by which to reach a negotiatedconsensus with legal force to protect present and future generations. Using the law and policy of climate change as a vehicle for illustrating how to shape our future,she comprehensively overturns the widely held contemporary view of climate justice as inconstant charitable acts, relative systemic notions and static concepts isolatedfrom the common good and a congruent rule of law. Responding to the adverse impacts of climate change (heat waves, extended drought, severe flooding anddesertification), which represent an urgent and potentially irreversible threat to human societies and the planet, requires a new and cohesive way of thinking aboutglobal policy and the law. The mission of guaranteeing and realising human dignity, human security and human rights is multi-fold. Looking through the lens of kaleidoscopic normativity, anextensible language anchored in common juridical elements should facilitate how norms enter the socio-legal frame and interact within it. Users need to be able todisplay and interpret the congruent legal norm in order to obey and apply it. Galvanising this process by constitutionalising first principles and consequential normsis vital for attaining fraternity between nations and among all people. divClimate Justice – A Voice for the Future is an essential read for scholars, practitioners and all those genuinely interested in reaching consensus on a post-2015 global climate accord, a unified development agenda and a cohesive pact for disaster-risk reduction.